There’s something for everyone on this delightful CD. The arrangements have a welcoming jazzy feel that encourages you to sing along, and the originals sit comfortably among a bunch of old favorites. It’s upbeat, uplifting music!” - Ellen E.

Carole Bundy, Molly Ruggles and Will McMillan have been singing together since 2019.

Their repertoire includes original songs — such as "You're Not Alone," "Under My Umbrella," "Walking With My Friend," and "The Crazy Touch and Go Of Our Lives" — plus standards such as "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Let's Do It," and "What A Wonderful World" which feature vocal harmonies and unique arrangements by Molly, who also plays piano. 

Molly, Will & Carole perform in upstate New York, Maine and Massachusetts, and last year they released an eight-song CD which you can listen to below.

Here's what people are saying about it:

"Your CD is a joy, packed with gems that ping my heart… I'm loving your delicate harmonies and relaxing blend." — Ashley L. 

"The CD is terrific — your voices blend beautifully.  You've all got a lovely sense of style, a playful mode, (and) swingy rhythms. And the original compositions by Molly and Will are great.” — Marcia S. 

"I enjoyed the range of songs very much, but I confess one disappointment — I wish there were more!"  — Linda C.

You can also listen to five of their recordings on streaming platforms by clicking on the following titles: "Simple Rules" (by Molly),  "The Beauty All Around" (by Will), "The Garden Song" (by Dave Mallett), "A Beating Heart" (by Will), and "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top" (by Rodgers & Hammerstein). 

Thank you for your interest in their music!

Our Latest News:

We will be performing at Arlington Porchfest on Saturday, June 15, 2024 from 4-5pm. Maybe you can join us!

THANK YOU to everyone who came to our 2023 Porchfest performances in Medford, Arlington, Jamaica Plain and Lexington — as well as our "Lemonade On the Lawn" concert in North Cambridge AND our performance at the Menino Arts Center in Hyde Park with bass player Brendan Shea.

We would also like to thank everyone who came to our fun performance at the Parish Center For The Arts in Westford in March 2024 with special guests Brendan Shea, Ellen Epstein and Michael Cicone.

Molly Ruggles...has an unmistakable swinging sense…and interprets ballads with the sensitivity of an artist.”

— The Boston Globe